Cody Hollister and Jacob Hollister will work with hundreds of rookies to stay in the NFL team, but at least they will do it together.
At the end of this year’s draft, the New England Patriots signed the twin brothers, which provided an interesting concern for the team’s rookie mini training camp in May.
Brother Jacob had previously served as a near-front at the University of Wyoming, he finished 32 times last season, scored 515 yards 7 touchdowns, and brother Cody last season at the University of Arkansas took over, played 12 games (starting 4 games ), Complete 10 times to catch the ball 140 yards, in addition to 2 red ball to obtain 48 yards.
In the draft before the two interviewed by the media described how difficult to separate from childhood to experience the experience of growing up after the pain of different schools. “To be honest, it was very difficult at first,” Cody said. “We naturally have been staying together.He took up the big brother’s responsibility.I never need to solve anything myself. I really have to be mature and independent. We all need. As a twin brother grow up like grow into their own body Part of the day I really thank God for this day.